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Kate Czaplinski is joined by Rob Adams with weather and high school sports updates. Donald Eng also takes a look back on this day in history.
Jim Cameron with Talking Transportation explains how fall leaves might affect your commute.
Kate is joined later in the show by the founders of Celebrate Shelton, a city-wide initiative focusing on small businesses.
Here are some of the stories we are following on Wednesday, Nov. 18:
The Milford Police Department is investigating two separate incidents involving female joggers being inappropriately touched by an unknown man.
A former Ridgefield resident who died two years ago is the subject of a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America by 18 former scouts who allege he sexually abused them on camping trips and outings from 1963 to 1975.
Police in Hamden are investigating the “suspicious” deaths of two people in a car outside an apartment complex.
Retired Shelton Police Chief Joel Hurliman said Monday to the Valley Independent Sentinel that new information might lead to an arrest in the murder of a 15-year-old high school student remains unsolved.
We have some new information from the Ridgefield Press about a police search Monday night.
A man accused of burglarizing a the Hilltop neighborhood in Ansonia over the summer was served with five arrest warrants on Tuesday.
In an update on a story we brought you yesterday, Weston First Selectman Gayle Weinstein’s said she is resigning from the Board of Selectmen, following her defeat for the town’s top office in November.